SXSW Audience Award Winner “BAD AXE” Gets A NEW TRAILER

IFC FILMS & SXSW Audience Award Winner “BAD AXE” Gets A New Trailer and… a November Release Date! 


Directed by: David Siev
Starring: Chun Siev, Rachel Siev, Jaclyn Siev, Michael Meinhold, Austin Turmell, Skyler Janssen, Raquel Siev

Runtime: 102 minutes
Genre: Documentary

Distributed by: IFC Films

Edited by: Rosie Walunas, Peter Wagner

Produced by: David Siev, Jude Harris, Diane Quon, Kat Vasquiez

Executive Produced by: Daniel Dae Kim, Jeff Tremaine, Shanna Newton Zablow, Marci Wiseman, Saniel Chaflen, Dawn Bonder, Michael Meinhold, Tim Chow


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“Sidney” Trailer – from Apple Original Films

Apple’s trailer for the documentary film “Sidney,”

produced by Oprah Winfrey.



Director:                              Reginald Hudlin

Writers:                                Jesse James Miller
Producers:                          Oprah Winfrey, Derik Murray
Executive Producers:         Terry Wood, Catherine Cyr, Brian Gersh, Paul Gertz, Reginald Hudlin, Joanna Shimkus Poitier, Anika Poitier, Barry Krost


Run Time: 1h 46m
Genres: Documentary, Biography


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McEnroe Movie Review

Streaming and on demand for Showtime subscribers beginning Friday Sept. 2, 2022
Premiers On-Air on SHOWTIME on Sunday, Sept. 4 — at 7PM ET/PT


“McEnroe” is a documentary about tennis star John McEnroe, the brash and hot-tempered player who ruled the courts – and the headlines. McEnroe holds multiple records and he was a raging force to be reckoned with in the major matches. This documentary gets into the gritty details of the original Bad Boy of Tennis.

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Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song Movie Review

 “Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song” as a documentary is, in short, a bit too much of a good thing. Toward the film’s end, Cohen suggests with a smile that maybe it’s time people stop singing the song for a while. Then the journey starts… ​
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Gabby Giffords Won’t Back Down Movie Review

In 2011, Gabby Giffords, a promising young Congresswoman from Tucson, Arizona, was shot as she was campaigning at a grocery so her constituents could better get to know her. She was shot in the head, and six others were tragically killed. Among those murdered were a judge and a politically minded nine-year-old girl named Christina-Taylor Green, who was already passionate about democracy.​
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JAZZ FEST: A New Orleans Story Movie Review

The late great George Wein, the creator of the Newport Jazz Festival in the 1960s, felt that New Orleans had to have a music festival of its own. New Orleans had something no other city in the world could claim. It had the birthright of jazz. In the era of Jim Crow, it couldn’t happen as, at the time, whites and blacks couldn’t be on the same stage together. Wein told his wife Joyce that he hoped time would eventually turn in his favor. ​
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Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story Official Trailer

Movie Trailer for Sony Picture Classics “Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story.”


Directors: Frank Marshall, Ryan Suffern

Starring: Glen David Andrews, Philip Bailey, Tarriona Ball, Jimmy Buffett, Branford and Wynton Marsalis, B.B. King, Pitbull, Aaron Neville, Katy Perry, Bruce Springsteen, and Gary Clark Jr.


Rated: PG-13
Run Time: 1h 34m
Genres: Documentary, Music

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